It's not surprising to see the films of Roman Polanski arrive on DVD, including The Tenant, especially considering the success of The Pianist. Paramount, however, hasn't exactly gone all out in showcasing this, one of his lesser-seen titles. The image, framed at 1.85:1 and anamorphic, is the disc's one strong point. While far from perfect, it does look good with few distractions (such as grain or dirt). Colors are fairly well represented and blacks are generally strong and deep. The sound, of which a mono track is split over two channels, is nothing to get excited about. Dialogue is often distorted and recorded low. At times, the English subtitles come in very handy. Also included is a mono French soundtrack. As for extras, don't expect much; the film's theatrical trailer is the sole supplement. When a movie stands on its own, a bare-boned disc like this is perfectly adequate. In this case, something more really would have added to the experience.